#23 David Myers


#3531

It’s because he’s pretty poor off the mark and agility wise, which are probably more important for a midfielder.

Your traditional Sam Mitchell style rover is the opposite, great at getting out of trouble in that 5-10m size area, no top speed at all.


#3532

Poor off the mark makes you ripe for getting tackled early on, and that can make your decision making look slow.


#3533

Myers getting actually injured 3…2…1…


#3534

You think we were resting a guy in the 2nd game of pre season?


#3535

I love this ■■■■ still. Gun.


#3536

His top speed is great, but it takes him the length of two footy fields to get to the speed.


#3537

Showing exactly why he is in the team.

Parish missed out for this guy.


#3538

8 disposals but has protected the kids.

Not a bruise on a single player today!


#3539

Both idiots for singling a player out for that crap team effort.


#3540

We can’t play both him and Langford in the same team, and Langford offers more around the ground. Let him provide his vaunted leadership in the twos


#3541

A problem with dropping Myers is that we don’t have many onfield leaders - now that runners are gone those type of players are very important (the Hodges of the world)


#3542

Setting himself up to win Essendon most improved player in 2020


#3543

Did better than I thought.


#3544

i miss jobe :frowning:


#3545

He’s a leader of our club.
Shows where we are that he’s on the list AND a leader.

So depressing


#3546

I hope he wins most improved again.


#3547

He just needs to string some middling performances from about Round 11 onwards and he should be there.


#3548

How on earth is he in the best 22 OR the leadership group? He’s fkg tripe.


#3549

Clogiest list clogger that’s ever clogged


#3550

You know what makes a good onfield leader? Someone who can play, consistently well.